A creative way to reuse empty bottles to create something interesting and engaging for your child.
What You Need:
- Clear plastic bottle with cover
- Eye dropper and/or small spoon
- Liquid detergent
- Food coloring
- Small foil pieces
What To Do:
- Fill a bottle halfway with water.
- Have your child place a few drops of detergent into the water and then a drop or two of food coloring. Ask her to describe what happened to the water.
- Ask her what she thinks will happen if she adds more food coloring. Have her add in and stir a little more and describe what happens.
- Have her add in some small foil pieces.
- Cover the bottle and have her shake the bottle vigorously.
- Encourage her to talk about what she sees.
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